BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) - Did your child send a letter to Santa this year, but he hasn'tresponded to it yet?
We know that Santa is very busy this time of year. So one
Let's just say the workers at AAA have become Santa's workers byputting this website together. Once you head to the website, youselect one of two letter templates you like. Then it's all writtenfor you.
You just fill in the blanks. It's like stationery at the top,saying from the Desk of Santa, then it reads, "Happy Holidays to mygood friend, Madeleine. I am looking forward to my visit this year.The elves have been busy making toys and gifts. Mrs. Claus and Ihave been watching and are very proud that you (now you fill in theblank.) You have been a very good (fill in the gender) this year.We believe you deserve something extra special and know you wouldlike to see (fill in the gifts he/ she asked for) under your tree.Rudolph is getting all the reindeer in shape for our holidayjourney. They'll be ready for a snack when they reach your house on(fill in the street name.) Would you please leave out a few carrotsfor them, and maybe some milk and cookies for me? Ho Ho Ho! Love,Santa. "
Then Click print. You can even print out a make-believe stampfrom the north pole. Then just stick the letter in your ownmailbox. But if you actually want to mail the letter, make sure touse a real stamp.
It takes no time at all, doesn't cost a thing, and it'll reallyhelp to get your family in the Christmas spirit.
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